Lisbon 5-Star Hotels
Lisbon, Portugal travel guide
lobby of the historic Hotel Avenida Palace.
Lisbon five-star hotels
Lisbon's original luxury hotel is still dishing up Belle Epoque elegance at its
wonderfully convenient location in the heart of downtown Lisbon.
The ultramodern Dom Pedro Lisboa is on top of a hill facing the
Amoreiras shopping mall, just outside the downtown area. Its amenities include
tennis courts and both indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
The Altis Grand has 300 rooms, a rooftop restaurant, a swimming pool,
fitness facilities, a parking garage, and rooms for disabled travelers. It's
located just west of the Avenida da Liberdade, near the Botanical Gardens.
See our hotel review.
Olissippo Lapa Palace
Traditional Portuguese decor is a hallmark of the Lapa Palace, a former stately
home in Lisbon's embassy district. The 19th Century palace opened as a hotel in
This deluxe boutique hotel occupies a renovated 17th Century palace, just off
the Avenida da Liberdade and near the Parque Eduardo VII.
Four Seasons Hotel Ritz
The opulent Ritz was built in the 1950s. The
10-story building overlooks the Parque Eduardo XII, and 272 of the 282 guest
rooms and suites have private terraces.
Sheraton Lisboa Hotel
Modern comforts, English-speaking staff, and a large outdoor pool have long
drawn well-heeled American and Canadian tourists and business travelers to this
318-room skyscraper hotel. The hotel, which was built in 1972, is about
half a kilometer from the Marques de Pombal Square.
Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa
A spectacular lobby, a heated pool, and tennis courts are among the amenities
that draw vacationers and business travelers to this long-established luxury
hotel on the Avenida da Liberdade. The Tivoli Lisboa has 329 rooms on eight
floors, including 44 nonsmoking rooms and two rooms for disabled guests. The
rooftop Terrace Grill offers dramatic city views, especially at night.
With 33 rooms, a sushi bar, a high-style restaurant, and a location above rocks and a yacht harbor in
suburban Cascais, this boutique hotel is a perfect if you have a taste for trendiness and are traveling by car. Rooms have
been individually "dressed" by top Portuguese fashion designers.
Penha Longa Resort
This 117-room was once a monastery.
It's located in the hills behind Sintra, just outside Lisbon,
where you'll find national palaces, museums, and antique stores. When you aren't
in town sightseeing or enjoying nature walks on the hotel's property, you can
dine in one ofthe hotel's eight restaurants, play tennis, ride horseback, or
enjoy the Robert Trent Jones
course at the Penha
Longa Golf Club.